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News

Homeless Edinburgh soldier of Waverley Steps dies aged 47

Edinburgh

Blizzard like conditions cause delays to traffic on Scotland’s roads

Transport
Potholes in Sleigh Drive, Craigentinny

Pothole pandemic: Edinburgh’s roads compared to ‘Third World’

Transport
Edina Hibs coach Brian Gunn at the Jack Kane Centre pitches

Football coaches demand action to protect players from ‘dangerous’ yobs

News

Tributes pour in for homeless Edinburgh soldier Darren Greenfield

Edinburgh

Tesco ‘devalues’ Clubcard vouchers in rewards scheme revamp

News

NHS Lothian paid out almost £33m for medical mistakes

Health

Robert the Bruce’s broadsword set for Edinburgh display

Edinburgh

Edinburgh and Lothians ‘braced for 4 days of snow’

Edinburgh

Susan Dalgety: I may be 60 but I won’t be getting my free bus pass

Gillian Ewing.

Family of Edinburgh mum who died in bin lorry crash agree £800k compensation

News
Ann and Bert Dow, from Stenhouse, who appear in Edinburgh Headway Group's award-winning brain injury video.

Couple share story in brain injury film

News
Staff member Beth Fisher at Earthy Food Stores, Canonmills. 
Pic Neil Hanna

Future of Earthy in doubt after business is sold

Edinburgh
Red Massey Ferguson tractors from different eras line up for inspection

Vintage machinery set for first Edinburgh Tractor World Show

Business
Annette Lamb from Edinburgh

Barnardo’s volunteer Annette Lamb amazed at top charity prize

News
Tailor Ed Charity - which has had it's Big Lottery funding withdrawn

the charity Project Workers

Lifeline Edinburgh charity faces closure as funding falls through

News
Josh Dow is a British Champion gardener and has just found out that he is to travel to Russia next year to compete in the World Championships.

Meet the Liberton gardener set to take on the best at the world landscaping championships

News

Battle for a better life brings Gambian to Sighthill fire station

News 1

Edinburgh charity heroes join stars on New Year’s Honours List

News

Shock VR video to warn Edinburgh kids against joyriding

Edinburgh

Amazon shares Edinburgh’s most popular buys of 2017

Edinburgh 1
A 12-year-old girl was injured in an assault in West Lothian

Teenager charged over alleged assault of 12-year-old girl

Edinburgh
Anthony Stokes collected 3 driving points in court. Picture; JP

Anthony Stokes given penalty points after driving without a licence

Edinburgh

Greyfriars Bobby memorial fixed thanks to charitable act

Crime 2
Police and council bosses have warned of tough action over illegal ranking

Two taxi drivers have licences suspended

Transport

Five-figure sum stolen in Dunbar robbery

Crime

Rapist who ‘preyed’ on two Livingston women jailed for 12 years

Edinburgh

Motorbike chaos which left two injured linked to David McGarvey tribute

Edinburgh

12-year-old girl assaulted in Livingston

Crime

Blizzard like conditions cause delays to traffic on Scotland’s roads

Transport
Potholes in Sleigh Drive, Craigentinny

Pothole pandemic: Edinburgh’s roads compared to ‘Third World’

Transport 5
Many private car parks breach consumer protection laws, an investigation has found. Picture: Elliot Brown/Flickr/CC

One third of private car parks breach consumer laws

Transport
Carillion won a �23m contract to extend platforms 5, 6 and 12 to prepare Waverley for the arrival of new longer trains.

Waverley work to continue despite Carillion collapse

Business
Police and council bosses have warned of tough action over illegal ranking

Two taxi drivers have licences suspended

Transport

Edinburgh and Lothians ‘braced for 4 days of snow’

Edinburgh 5
One lane has reopened. Picture; Twitter Scotland

City Bypass reopens following 3-car crash

Edinburgh

Motorbike chaos which left two injured linked to David McGarvey tribute

Edinburgh

Kincardine Bridge reopened after police incident

News

Police car involved in crash at Barnton junction

Transport

Plane skids off tarmac and dangles off a cliff in Turkey

News
Rachel Guatelli and David sterratt, chairs of Drummond Community High School parent council with other group members. Picture: Ian Georgeson

Parents set for crunch talks over Gaelic school plans

Education 3
The S3 pupils during their lesson. Picture: Facebook

Scottish high school sparks debate over pheasant-butchering lesson

Education
Thomas Sutherland and Emily Martin with a model  helicopter, designed as part of a new work placement scheme at Leonardo MW in Edinburgh. Photograph: Alistair Linford

Apprentices at defence giant give Scottish pupils a workplace wow factor

Education
Parents at Drummond Community High are concerned about plans to turn the school into a dedicated Gaelic education centre. Picture: Ian Georgeson

Gaelic plan for Edinburgh school branded ‘social cleansing’

Education 12

Readers react to protests over plans to move Edinburgh’s Gaelic school

Edinburgh 2

John McLellan: Schools should be allowed to ignore teaching council

Opinion 2

Experienced maths teacher in England ‘told to retrain’ for Scots job

Education 1

Maths teacher is ‘blocked’ from taking job in Edinburgh

Education 11
NHS Lothian was one of the top health boards for medical negligence pay outs

NHS Lothian paid out almost £33m for medical mistakes

Health
Crewe Medical Centre. Picture; Google Maps

Heart attack victim forced to ‘get bus to hospital after Edinburgh GP snub’

Health
John Swinney Deputy First Minister and Shona Robison Cabinet Secretary for Health and Sport

Brian Monteith: Time the SNP stopped dodging NHS responsibilty

Opinion
Researchers in Germany found men over 65 were fitter because of DIY and gardening

Helen Martin: Oi! Scientists! Housework is just as strenuous as DIY

Opinion
The flu vaccine.

Some Boots stores temporarily run out of flu jab

News 1
Aime Gilberston's mum Jenna lost consciousness in a community hospital car park. Picture: SWNS

Helen Martin: Don’t blame NHS receptionist over hospital collapse

Opinion 3

Health chief issues operations warning as flu outbreak hits

Health

Timetable ‘vital’ for replacement Edinburgh cancer centre

Health

Susan Morrison: Your hand is not a hanky

Opinion 1

Susan Morrison: Don’t be a self-sacrificing virus martyr

Opinion 1

Scottish girl, 18, dies after catching flu bug

News
Laura Muir in action during the 4 x 1000m relay

Steve Cardownie: Edinburgh cross country race was a showcase for city

Opinion 1
Daniel Johnson MSP

Daniel Johnson: GP shortage is harming our health

Opinion
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon with Europe Minister Michael Russell

Ian Swanson: Ignore Scotland at your peril, Mrs May – say Tories

Opinion 1
David McGarvey, 28, was killed in an accident while riding his motorbike in Duddingston on Boxing Day

Steve Cardownie: Biker mayhem is no way to remember the dead

Opinion 1

Brian Monteith: Time the SNP stopped dodging NHS responsibilty

Opinion

Euan McGrory: When did Leith Walk become so hipster?

Opinion 1

Deidre Brock: Mundell is caught knitting on the job

Opinion 2

Helen Martin: I’m raging over Edinburgh’s chill-out zone

Opinion 3
NHS Lothian was one of the top health boards for medical negligence pay outs

NHS Lothian paid out almost £33m for medical mistakes

Health
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon with Europe Minister Michael Russell

Ian Swanson: Ignore Scotland at your peril, Mrs May – say Tories

Opinion 1
David Mundell failed to make the promised amendments to the Brexit Bill

Deidre Brock: Mundell is caught knitting on the job

Opinion 2
St Andrew Square and The Mound precinct will be transformed into zen-like portals of tranquillity

Helen Martin: I’m raging over Edinburgh’s chill-out zone

Opinion 3
Carillion projects could be at risk. Picture; PA

What the Carillion collapse means to Scotland

Politics

New bid to ban use of plastic straws in Scotland

Politics 2
First Minster Nicola Sturgeon appearing The Andrew Marr Show. Picture: PA

Nicola Sturgeon to decide on indyref2 by the end of 2018

News 2

Clock ticking on hard Brexit ‘disaster’ says Nicola Sturgeon

Politics

Ruth Davidson: My job is bigger than being cabinet Minister

News

Scottish Socialist Party protest outside Edinburgh’s Apple store

Edinburgh 4

Kezia Dugdale under fire over 7% I’m a Celeb fee donation

Politics 1
VisitScotland director Paul Bush is one of Scotland's leading festivals and events experts.

Scottish festival organisers told they may have to rely on crowdfunding in future

Entertainment
When We Were Young: Photographs of Childhood from the National Galleries of Scotland

7 great exhibitions to visit in the Capital’s... museums and galleries

Entertainment

There’s a barrel of laughs on Blair Street this week

Entertainment
VisitScotland director Paul Bush is one of Scotland's leading festivals and events experts.

Scottish festival organisers told they may have to rely on crowdfunding in future

Entertainment
Many private car parks breach consumer protection laws, an investigation has found. Picture: Elliot Brown/Flickr/CC

One third of private car parks breach consumer laws

Transport
Carillion won a �23m contract to extend platforms 5, 6 and 12 to prepare Waverley for the arrival of new longer trains.

Waverley work to continue despite Carillion collapse

Business
House sales in the Capital were higher than anywhere else in Scotland

Eight per cent rise in Capital house prices

Business